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     Date Submitted:11-07-2013
     Last Modified:14-07-2013 (08:32)
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     Current job:Young Graduate Trainee at ESA
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordssystem engineer, cost perspective vision, lean process, team spirit, eager to learn
    CV

    born 15th August 1987 in Besançon, France

    Aerospace Engineer

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

    2012-current

    1 year - Holland

     

     

    2012

    6 months– USA

     

     

    2010-2011

    1 year - UK

     

    ESA-ESTEC, Telecommunication & Integrated Application, Young Graduate Trainee.

    Development and implementation of a methodology for projects assessment of ARTES 3-4 and 20. Creation of centralized database, definition of KPIs for project evaluation and performance. Support to Technical Officer in running projects.

    NASA-Ames Research Centre, PhoneSat Project, Student Researcher.

    Development of a cubeSat platform based on a Smarphone. Design and test of a Smartphone based Star Tracker: software in Matlab and hardware with the Smartphone camera. Assembly Integration and Tests at satellite level: Thermal vacuum, vibrations, shocks. Communication: budget link, operational test of a Microhard and antennas. Power: solar panels, batteries.

    EADS-ASTRIUM, Telecommunication Satellites, Procurement, Assistant Commodity Manager.

    Knowledge Management:

    Creation and Management of the equipment database (cost, schedule, heritage, suppliers). Market Intelligence: weekly-News bulletin, analysis of commercial and technical data, reverse engineering architecture through cost studies, Key Performance Indicator. Monitoring of Industrial Workload. Benchmark of 5 competitorsand 7 suppliers.

    Lean Process:

    ·         Review and Improvement of the Bid Process: development of an automatic tool to generate the cost and mass budget of a payload, and the associated documents. Instruction of 20 engineers on the use of this tool across different functional teams (mechanical, thermal and radio frequency engineers). Development of a Design to Cost tool (commercial awareness training of design engineers). Standardisation: creation of a standard list of equipments meeting cost and technical constraints. Savings of 2000h a year. The automatic tool is fully integrated in the Astrium process. Mayoux-Dauriac prize from the ISAE.

    Supplier relationship support:

    ·         Selection of suppliers (negotiation, risks mitigation). Supplier Evaluation and Development.

    2010

    1 month - Austria

     

     

    ESA-Summer School Alpbach: Development of a scientific space mission to measure atmospheric water vapour. Orbits and launcher selection, sizing (mass, power) and cost of the spacecrafts. 3 posters presented at the Amercian Geophyscial Union, San Francisco, 2012. Paper published in the Remote Sensing journal.

    2010

    1 month – France

    2009-2010

    1 year - France

     

    2009

    1 month-France

     

    CVA Summer School: Rocket propulsion, Theoretical and Experimental work on a launch vehicle. Manager of a 6-persons team to compete with other teams in a fictive industrial market (1st/6).

    ESA- European Student Earth/Moon Orbiter projects: development of two satellites built by 20 European universities. Team-leader of the star trackers: system analysis and design of the electronics. Supported by EADS-SODERN and EREMS. Oral presentationat the Global LUnar Confererence 2010, Beijing, China.

    Thales Electron Device, Chemistry department, trainee. Gauge and design of the ventilation network: charge loss determination, measurement campaign of air characteristics: pressure, temperature, velocity.

     

    EDUCATION

    2008-2012

    Toulouse - France

     

    ISAE-SUPAERO (Aeronautics and Space Institute). French Master’s Degree. (5% Top School).

    Majors: Space systems, Architecture of space vehicles.     Minors:Astrophysics, Energetic and Propulsion.

    Lectures: system engineering: INCOSE certification ASEP, space telecommunication, space mechanics, aeronautic and space propulsion, flight dynamics, automatic, electronics, structure, thermic, computer science, economics. 1-month project on a hosted payload with ASTRIUM-Toulouse: thermic and mechanic analysis of the solar panels.

     

    MISCELLANEOUS

    Languages

     

    French (native language), English (fluent), Spanish (good speaking and writing skills)

    Computer sciences

     

    UNIX, Windows, Matlab, Maple, Synchronie, Microsoft Office, VBA, CAML, C, Java, HTML, CSS.

    Hobbies

     

     

    Swimming (11 years), running (half-marathon), chess (6 years).

    Musical education (8 years), piano (4 years). First aid certificate

     

     


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